8 edition of Lunch at the Piccadilly found in the catalog.
September 21, 2004
by Ballantine Books
Written in English
Ballantine Reader"s Circle
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(45). I listened to the CD version of Lunch at the Piccadilly after enjoying the often humorous Walking Across Egypt by Clyde Egerton.
This book tells the story of life in an assisted living facility and the friendship between its residents, the relationship between an elderly woman and her dear nephew, and of the thoughts of this nephew as he watches his cherished aunt age/5. Lunch at the Piccadilly (Edgerton, Clyde) and millions of other books are available for instant access.
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You'll remember them long after you've closed the book. This book was made into a play, and Edgerton and some of his musician friends recorded a great CD of the songs (lyrics are at the end of the book). My favorite is "Baloney, Bacon, and Beer."/5(45).
Hi first novel, Raney, was published in His other novels include Walking Across Egypt, Killer Diller, Where Trouble Sleeps, Lunch at the Piccadilly, The Bible Salesman, and The Night Train.
He has also written a book of advice entitled Papadaddy's Book for New Fathers and a memoir entitled Solo, My Adventures in the Air/5(3). With gentle humor he deflates official puffery, hide-bound authority, senseless convention and, especially, intolerance.
In 'Lunch at the Piccadilly' the author gives us once again the slightly off-center world of the elderly as they take their uncertain final steps toward eternity--and shows us how to smile aboutit/5(6).